How to Survive (and Thrive) In the Mobile Workforce

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In 2016, it became official. The majority of Americans use a mobile device rather than a laptop or desktop for nearly every facet of their online life, from shopping to answering emails. As the virtual working era continues to thrive, it’s only a matter of time before the majority of people will be using mobile devices for the bulk of their work as well. We have met the era of the mobile workforce.

The workforce is becoming far more mobile in nearly every industry. From placing your coffee order ahead of time on an app to sharing documents via the cloud with colleagues on the go, lugging around a laptop is becoming less common.

A Mobile Workforce

If you’re a small business owner, you might remember the days when it was strictly forbidden to use your “cell phone” at work. Those days are almost entirely gone.

Offering and encouraging a mobile culture is critical for businesses, particularly small businesses, when competing for quality employees. Otherwise, retaining employees could be difficult—few people want to work in a company where they feel hindered in their access or that they’re  lagging behind technological advances

Company Culture

With the majority of Baby Boomers retired, there are good odds that

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